How many times have you needed to translate text yet you don't want to go through some lengthy and frustrating process? The COMMUNILATOR PRO app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone makes it possible to translate foreign text into 46 different languages. The app has so many uses and is ideal for travelers, students, those with friends or family abroad, if you deal with international clients, and so many other purposes. The app is even able to provide speech for translations in 21 different languages, making it very versatile.
There's no need to let language be a barrier in communication thanks to the COMMUNILATOR PRO app. Use this app to translate text from menus, books, magazines, signs, newspapers, and more. Simply use your device's camera to capture the text and then translate it into one of the more than 3,000 language pairs. What's even better is that these translations take mere seconds to do making it ideal if you are traveling and need answers quickly. You can also input the source text by typing it, by copy, voice, SMS, and email. It's important to mention that only French, English, or German can be used for voice recognition and the app requires an Internet connection to use.
The app went through some minor improvements and bug fixes at the start of the year. It currently has three out of five stars from users. There are no customer comments at this time.
Translate to a number of different languages
The Translation Process
The biggest pro about the COMMUNILATOR PRO app is the fact there are so many ways to get your translation. The app offers spoken audio output for text inputted translations, which can be extremely helpful. The app supports 21 different languages for this feature and you can choose between 39 female and male voices. You can start to build your own phrase book by added translations to your favorites. This list is available offline as a handy feature. The app is integrated with email and SMS for streamlined translations and if you are using the app on your iPad you are given additional features such as Conversation Mode.
The user interface is a bit of a disappointment in that it feels dated, clunky, and not very engaging. You’ll still be able to navigate through it fairly easy it’s just that it could do with a facelift in this area.